EOS – Serial

Serial There is a console port on the router. Normally, this port is used to debug. This port can also be used for serial transmission. The router has embedded a serial to TCP program. The data sent to the serial port is encapsulated by TCP/IP protocol stack and then is sent to the destination server. […]

EOS – Configuration for Connection

Configuration for Connection Before configuration, you should connect the router and your PC with the supplied network cable. Plug the cable’s one end into the Local Network port of the router, and another end into your PC’s Ethernet port. The connection diagram is as following: Please modify the IP address of PC the same as […]

EOS – WAN

WAN Select the appropriate wide area networking mode according to different requirements. Set the corresponding parameters according to different connection modes. Dual Both Online: WAN and Bkup WAN are both online.The system will automatically switch back to the main chain when the main link is available if enabled. Link Fail to Restart: Time of restart […]

EOS – SDNS

SDNS When users host their domain names on free or commercial servers, they usually get a static IP (non-changeable IP) address for their websites, which involves the use of static name servers, or static DNS, as well. Static DNS settings will never update on their own and will remain the same, until you decide to […]

EOS – PPTP

PPTP Server IP or DNS Name: PPTP server’s IP Address or DNS Name. Remote Subnet: The network of the remote PPTP server. Remote Subnet Mask: Subnet mask of remote PPTP server. Permitted Authentication: Select permitted authentication. MPPE Encryption: Enable or disable Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption. MTU: Maximum Transmission Unit. MRU: Maximum Receive Unit. NAT: Network Address […]

EOS – L2TP

L2TP User Name: User name to login L2TP Server. Password: Password to login L2TP Server. Gateway(L2TP Server): L2TP server’s IP Address or DNS Name. Remote Subnet: The network of remote PPTP server. Remote Subnet Mask: Subnet mask of remote PPTP server. Permitted Authentication: Select permitted authentication. MPPE Encryption: Enable or disable Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption. MTU: […]

EOS – IPSEC

IPSEC Please refer to Aplication Note from our website “AN1- IPSec configuration on MTX-Router-EOS”. Name: Indicate this connection name, must be unique. Enabled: If enable, the connection will send tunnel connection request when it is reboot or re-connection, otherwise it is no need if disable. Local WAN Interface: Local addresss of the tunnel. Remote Host […]

EOS – GRE

GRE GRE (Generic Routing Encapsulation, Generic Routing Encapsulation) protocol is a network layer protocol (such as IP and IPX) data packets are encapsulated, so these encapsulated data packets to another network layer protocol (IP)transmission. GRE Tunnel (tunnel) technology, Layer Two Tunneling Protocol VPN (Virtual Private Network).   Name: GRE tunnel name. Through: The GRE packet […]

EOS – Firewall

Firewall You can enable or disable the firewall, filter specific Internet data types, and prevent anonymous Internet requests, ultimately enhance network security.   Firewall enhance network security and use SPI to check the packets into the network.To use firewall protection, choose to enable otherwise disabled. Only enable the SPI firewall, you can use other firewall […]

EOS – DMZ

DMZ The DMZ (DeMilitarized Zone) hosting feature allows one local user to be exposed to the Internet for use of a special-purpose service such as Internet gaming or videoconferencing. DMZ hosting forwards all the ports at the same time to one PC. The Port Forwarding feature is more secure because it only opens the ports […]